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Should a Muslim follow a particular madhhab? =

Muḥammad Sulṭān Maʻṣūmī

Should a Muslim follow a particular madhhab? =

Hal al-Muslim mulzam bi-ittibāʻ madhhab muʻayyan?

by Muḥammad Sulṭān Maʻṣūmī

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Published by Darussalam Publishers & Distributors in Riyadh, Houston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taqlīd.,
  • Islam -- Doctrines.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHal al-Muslim mulzam bi-ittibāʻ madhhab muʻayyan
    Statementby Muhammad Sultan Al-Maʻsoomi Al-Khajnadee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP165.7 .M3713 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p. ;
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6817493M
    LC Control Number00293915

    One of the sources of the spread of this innovation was a book written by Muhammad Sultan al-Ma‘sumi al-Khajnadi al-Makki that was translated to English and published as Should a Muslim Follow a Particular Madhhab? and The Blind Following of Madhhabs. One of the sources for the spread of this innovation was a book written by Muhammad Sultan al-Ma‘sumi al-Khajnadi al-Makki, which was translated and distributed to English and published as as ‘Should a Muslim Follow a Particular Madhhab?’ and ‘The Blind Following of Madhhabs’.

      Thus, there is no way to do “follow” a particular madhab. If an opinion of your madhab doesn’t clash with Quran and Sunnah and ijema of scholars, then ok. Otherwise, you go ahead and change it for the sake of Allah subhan wa taa’la. Maybe the terms “taqleed” and “follow” should be defined in context. 36 Should Muslims Follow A Particular Madhhab. Channel: Faaik Gamieldien. MB. Series by Faaik Gamieldien. The Quraan A Catalyst For Change; Subscribe to Faaik Gamieldien Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Podcasts. About Faaik Gamieldien.

    WHAT IS A MADHHAB?WHY IS IT NECESSARY TO FOLLOW ONE? Q-News Interview, Nuh Ha Mim Keller The word madhhab is derived from an Arabic word meaning "to go" or "to take as a way", and refers to a mujtahids choice in regard to a number of interpretive possibilities in deriving the rule of Allah from the primary texts of the Qur'an and hadith on a particular .   Do I Need To Follow a Madhab? 27 Jul, “Do I Need To Follow a Madhab?” – Clarification Of a Common Misconception Amongst Muslims – by Mufti Muhammad Sajaad. Imam Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti (d. AH) said: “The difference found in the four Schools of Islamic law (Hanafi, Shafi, Maliki and Hanbali) in this nation is a huge blessing and an enormous virtue.


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Should a Muslim follow a particular madhhab? = by Muḥammad Sulṭān Maʻṣūmī Download PDF EPUB FB2

Should a Muslim follow a Particular Madhhab. In this book, the author has widely described the main principle of Taqleed. He says that Allah and Prophet Mohammed (SAW) have not ordered us to follow any opinions and interpretations/10(2).

It is not obligatory for anyone to follow a particular madhhab, rather we should strive to learn the truth if possible, or to seek the help of Allaah in doing so, then to rely on the legacy that the earlier Muslim scholars left behind for those who came after them, thus making it easier for them to understand and apply the texts.

The Book is written by Sheikh Muhammad Sultan Al - Ma'soomi Al - Khajnadee in which he said Muslim could not follow a particular Madhhab. Browse. Browse all General Should A Muslim Follow A Particular Madhhab. ISBN: Should A Muslim Follow A Particular Madhhab.

by Sheikh Muhammad Sultan Al - Masoomi Al - Khajnadee. Shaikh Muhammad Sultan Al-Ma’soomi | Darussalam. In this book, the author has widely described the main principle of Taqleed. He says that Allah and Prophet Mohammed (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) have not ordered us to follow any opinions and there’s a possibility of being correct or incorrect in the opinions, because there are many issues on.

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বইটি সর্বনিম্ন দামে বইবাজার.কম থেকে সংগ্রহ করুন। বই হাতে পেয়ে মূল্য পরিশোধের সুবিধা নিন. In this book, the author has widely described the main principle of Taqleed.

He says that Allah and Prophet Mohammed (SAW) have not ordered us to follow any opinions and interpretations. So there's a possibility of being correct or incorrect in the opinions, because there are many issues on which the Imams had differen.

In this book, the author has widely described the main principle of Taqleed. He says that Allah and Prophet Mohammed (SAW) have not ordered us to follow any opinions and interpretations. So there's a possibility of being correct or incorrect in the opinions, because there are many issues on which the Imams had different views and they explain them according to their own.

That does not mean that one should blindly adhere to one madhhab or opinion, in the sense of obliging people to follow it to the letter without any ijtihaad or effort to correct it. Rather the point is that the school of fiqhi thought that people, seekers of knowledge and scholars should study should be taken from one of the four madhhabs.

Since whatever this ummah, and especially its scholars, orders is good and whatever they forbid is evil, having no madhhab must be haram and following a madhhab must be wajib.

For, the scholars of this ummah have forbidden having no madhhab stating that it is a bad thing and ordered us to follow a madhhab for 14 centuries. - Should A Muslim Follow A Particular Madhhab - Buy Islamic Books. Should A Muslim Follow 'A Particular Madhhab'. 68 likes. This Book 'Should A Muslim Follow A Particular Madhhab' written by 'Sheikh Muhammad Sultan Al-Ma'soomi Al-Khajnadee', Published by 'Darussalam'.

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The word madhhab is derived from an Arabic word meaning "to go" or "to take as a way", and refers to a mujtahid's choice in regard to a number of interpretive possibilities in deriving the rule of Allah from the primary texts of the Qur'an and hadith on a particular a larger sense, a madhhab represents the entire school of thought of a particular mujtahid Imam, such as.

Login / Register; Shopping bag close. TEL: +; WE SHIP WORLDWIDE; Facebook. In this book, the author has widely described the main principle of Taqleed. He says that Allah and Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) has not ordered us to follow any opinions and interpretations.

So there`s a possibility of being correct or incorrect in the opinions because there are many issues on which the Imams had different views and they explain them according to their own reasons.

A dilemma that almost every practising Muslim faces is which school of thought (or Madhhab) should one follow. – Hanafi, Shafi’i, Maliki, Hanbali, Ahl al-Hadith etc. How did these differences in legal schools arise and will Allah punish someone for following a particular Madhhab.

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi answers on following the different Ma??hib. One of the sources for the spread of this innovation was a book written by Muhammad Sultan al-Ma'sumi al-Khajnadi al-Makki, which was translated and distributed to English and published as as ‘Should a Muslim Follow a Particular Madhhab?’ and ‘The Blind Following of Madhhabs’.

The word madhhab is derived from an Arabic word meaning “to go” or “to take as a way”, and refers to a mujtahid‘s choice in regard to a number of interpretive possibilities in deriving the rule of Allah from the primary texts of the Qur’an and hadith on a particular a larger sense, a madhhab represents the entire school of thought of a particular.

Hence, there is no compulsory in following a particular mathhab. But if a person decides to follow a particular madhhab, he should restrict to follow it alone. He should not change it time to time as he wants as he plays.

Once he selected, he should start to learn the teachings (Islamic laws/Fiqh) of that madhhab. The rhetoric of following the shari’a without following a particular madhhab is like a person going down to a car dealer to buy a car, but insisting it not be any known make–neither a Volkswagen nor Rolls-Royce nor Chevrolet–but rather “a car, pure and simple”.In a congregation where the "Ameen" is said silently after the Fatiha such as the Hanafi, if I'm of the view that the stronger view is it should be say loudly or my particular school of thought salat muslim-practices masjid madhhab.